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Title of the Position:

Executive Manager – Business Integration

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

The Executive Manager: Business Integration is key to effectively managing the Company’s overall capital spend. He or she will be responsible for ensuring that all capital projects relevant to more than one Operating Division are tracked and supported by the Capital Integration team.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, an Honours degree in Finance or Engineering is required. 7-10 years prior capital project support and capital reporting experience preferably within an asset - intensive sector (e.g. rail, ports, pipelines, mining, power, telecoms). At least 6 years in a Senior Management role and working in a complex stakeholder environment with multiple direct reports. Strong experience in capital projects and portfolio optimization. Experience at Executive level and on the overall portfolio management principles.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that the daily advance runs and the regular monthly runs are correctly scheduled and executed
  • Manage overall liaisons between OD teams and Capital Integration Coordinators to provide: Detailed information about how each project fits into the overall capital portfolio.
  • Support to each OD to ensure that project origination and reporting are rigorous and adhere to the appropriate processes.
  • Ongoing support for problem solving and stakeholder management to ensure that the project remains on track and continues to create value for the Company.
  • Ensuring capital projects are effectively integrated across the overall capital portfolio.
  • Provide the Portfolio Manager with a clear view of the origination pipeline and current project status.
  • Support OD teams and ensure that best practice is followed during project origination and capital reporting, including adherence to the Long Term Planning Framework and Corporate Plan.
  • Support the Portfolio Manager to provide input to CAPIC, ExCos (Group and OD), the Board, and external stakeholders (e.g. DPE) regarding the health of the overall capital portfolio, flagging risks as needed.
  • Ensure ODs and project teams understand the evolving capital portfolio, their reporting obligations and any risks/concerns related to their project or relevant interdependencies.
  • Work with ODs, project teams and other Capital Integration individuals to resolve interface issues.
  • Lead and facilitate problem solving sessions across Business Integration, within Capital Integration and with ODs and project teams as needed.
  • Work with external stakeholders including the DPE and PICC to ensure an appropriate level of transparency and risk management.
  • Communicate with Project Managers across the Group to get their feedback on the business integration processes, and build in continuous improvement initiatives.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager – Project Factory

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

To build, run and maintain a Project Factory to support large, complex capital programmes (of up to R40bn) in robust business case development to ensure that capital mega-projects can be staffed with the right resources at the right time, that capital mega-projects are optimised for financial and social returns, business cases use an agreed source of macroeconomic data, scenario - planning inputs (e.g. for demand planning), and impact calculations and that business cases are aligned with the overall strategy and budgets. Provide single point of contact and accountability for the running of the Project Factory, interacting with CEs and GMs across the Group and CAPIC.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, a CA (SA) is required. An MBA would be an advantage. At least 8-10 years’ work experience is required. At least 5 years’ experience in an executive position is required. Prior experience in the process for delivering capital projects and in business case development. Experience leading cross-functional teams with mixed tenure and responsibilities. Experience across ODs preferable.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage the set-up and piloting of the Project Factory.
  • Manage the physical build of the Project Factory.
  • Manage the staff of the Project Factory, including seconding of full-time resources to the factory, and ensuring sufficient part-time resources and experts are available.
  • Oversee development and maintenance of the Project Factory curriculum, and supporting tools, templates and processes, to ensure that it provides the basis for robust business case development.
  • Agree metrics for calculating impact in a consistent way (e.g. ensuring that the impact of adding a locomotive to a corridor is calculated the same way in all business cases).
  • Communicate with senior internal and external stakeholders in a range of forums to discuss progress of projects in the Project Factory, risks arising and other project related topics, including regular reporting to CAPIC and BADC.
  • Manage the professional development of the Project Factory team (full and part time members and Graduates in Training).
  • Communicate with Programme Directors and programme owner’s team to get their feedback on the Project Factory, and build in continuous improvement initiatives.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager – Project Scrubbing

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

To manage project scrubbing across capital mega-projects to help ensure that the scrubbing teams optimise financial and social value (with targeted savings of up to R50bn across the portfolio) and ensure fiscal responsibility for each project, while balancing the need to drive sustainable business outcomes from these projects.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, a CA (SA) or BSc Engineering (Civil or Mechanical) is required. An MBA would be an advantage. At least 8 -10 years’ work experience. At least 5 years’ experience in an executive position. Prior experience in the process for delivering capital projects and in Business case development. Significant prior capital project scrubbing experience, preferably within an asset-intensive sector (e.g. rail, ports, pipelines, mining, power, telecoms); Previous management experience of a large team in a fast-paced environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage - 4 scrubbing teams to ensure that: best practice in capital project scrubbing is followed.
  • Teams learn from each other; and that projects are scrubbed rigorously with high impact results on value/cost and schedule.
  • Prioritise the work of the scrubbing teams in line with the overall capital portfolio priorities.
  • Work with Business Integration Officers to ensure that scrubbing recommendations do not put other projects at risk.
  • Support Mega Team Leads in the development of portions of the business case relevant to cost, timing, or otherwise addressable in a project scrubbing context.
  • Work closely with the Portfolio Manager to ensure that project scrubbing is effective within the overall capital optimisation process.
  • Manage the professional development of the scrubbing teams, including Graduates in Training.
  • Communicate with CEs and GMs across the Group to get their feedback on the scrubbing processes, and build in continuous improvement initiatives.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Project Manager: Communications

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

To support the Communications Manager and Head of Communications & Strategy in the execution of the organization’s communications strategy.

Minimum Requirements:

Relevant degree in marketing, communications, business or similar. Valid SA drivers license. Proven writing track record. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a marketing, communications and/or public relations role. Travelling and working outside of normal working hours may be required from time to time.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide The Company’s staff with regular organisational information through newsletters and other communication means i.e. intranet, reports, publications, materials etc.
  • Co-ordinate the development, design, content and production of regular staff communications i.e. writing and editing of articles and emails.
  • Support the planning and arrangements of The Company staff events
  • Support all internal committees with communication requirements e.g. organisational health committee programme, Research Review Committee, etc.
  • Provide stakeholders with accurate and timely information that promotes The Company’s purpose and work.
  • Ensure timeous compliance with university and donor reporting requirements, collecting and collating data as needed and presenting it in the appropriate formats.
  • Ensure all communication is compliant with donor requirements and The Company branding.
  • Support the production of effective external communications such as publications, materials, annual reviews, etc.
  • Support the Communications Manager in dealing with the media by responding to media enquiries and facilitating The Company expert comment, and producing proactive press releases as appropriate.
  • Monitor media coverage and record using appropriate tools.
  • Co-ordinate the planning and arrangements of relevant events and functions.
  • Ensure strong Company brand presence at relevant events / conferences.
  • Continuously review, understand and respond to the organisation’s needs vis-à-vis the intranet and website.
  • Maintain the intranet and website to support The Company’s purpose, objectives and brand.
  • Develop and implement a strategy to increase and maintain user engagement with the intranet, in support of the organisation’s goal of using the intranet as the default intra-organisation communication and collaboration medium.
  • Obtain input from stakeholders to ensure the intranet and website information is relevant, accurate, compliant and regularly update
  • Where relevant, ensure effective linkages with other online entities, e.g. job vacancies cross-posted on Facebook and Linked-In, links with partners’ websites, etc. Ensure partners have correct logos and organisational information and we are correctly profiled on external sites.
  • Effective self-management and performance ownership.

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager - Governance, Assurance and Monitoring (Group Capital Integration)

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE – African females, African males & Coloured candidates would be preferable.

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose Of The Job:

Ensuring that the Capital Integration team, project teams, and relevant OD / Group and external stakeholders are aware of and following best practice for capital project / programme governance.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, a NQF level 7qualification in Accounting / Financial Management is required. A minimum of 6 years of corporate reporting experience, preferably within a large corporate entity is required. At least 6 years of experience designing and managing corporate governance is required. At least 8 years of training and change management in a complex stakeholder environment. Experience in management of risk and controls in a large organization is required. A CA (SA) qualification is preferred, alternative very strong experience in the fields of governance, risk and control.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and embed the internal control frameworks for capital project management, within the limits specified by CAPIC.
  • Work with other oversight committees (e.g. Group Planning and Monitoring, and OD equivalents) to ensure the reporting burden is minimised, reporting is consistent, and that reports allow effective decision-making.
  • Work with project teams and Business Integration Officers to ensure that the platinum standards are embedded in all capital projects.
  • Manage monthly and quarterly reporting of Capital for CAPIC, Group EXCO, Board Acquisition and Disposal Committee (BADC) including supporting the Portfolio Manager in developing portfolio-related reports.
  • Development of reporting framework to support Programme Directors for strategic projects identified – to CAPIC, EXCO and BADC where applicable. Develop integrated reports for internal and external stakeholders based on inputs from other Capital Integration team members, capital project teams, and other oversight committees, and external sources – external stakeholders include the DPE.
  • Development, embedding and continuous improvement of capital policies, processes, standards and procedures across the Company.
  • Ensure alignment and standardisation across the Company.
  • Liaise with TIA service provider to develop the internal audit plan as related to the Capital Portfolio, aligned to the Chief Audit Executive and Group Audit Committee’s (GAC) strategy.
  • Development of the post-implementation review (PIR) strategy. Implementation of the strategy and facilitate the reporting through the necessary oversight committees including CAPIC and Operating Division CEs.
  • Develop and embed Training and change management processes to ensure sustainability of the platinum standard and capital excellence processes.
  • Work with senior members of project teams, ODs, and at Group level to ensure that they understand reporting responsibilities, governance and assurance processes.
  • Manage the TIA service provider to ensure execution of audit plan in line with GAC approved plan.
  • Ownership and management of the CAPIC process – scheduling the agenda with the GCFO, management of submissions to CAPIC, formulating the CAPIC annual work plan.
  • Risk management of the Capital Portfolio and regular interaction with the Risk Department and to understand and report on relevance and appropriateness of risk mitigation strategies.

 

 

Title of the Position:

TEMPS! TEMPS! TEMPS!

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Various

Salary:

Negotiable

Minimum Requirements:

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Key Responsibilities:

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